Ontario Farmers’ Markets


Ontario Farmers’ Markets are not just for locals! Farmer, artisan and flea markets are a long-standing tradition in Ontario. These friendly shopping spaces are perfect for any day trip or are something to check out when staying in a particular area. Each Ontario area has its own unique seasonal specialities!

This page is currently being updated with Ontario markets. Stay tuned.

Barrie Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Visit us rain or shine, year round every Saturday 8:00 am to noon at Barrie City Hall, at Collier and Mulcaster Streets!

Outdoors from May to October
Indoors from November to April

We also have a mid week market running on Wednesday’s in the Summer Season from 2-6pm!

 See you at the market!

Barry’s Bay Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Friday afternoons, 11- 4pm at the Railway Station Park.

Shop for fresh local produce, baking, meats, crafts, maple syrup and more. The market runs, rain or shine, from June to Thanksgiving.

Bobcaygeon Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Welcome to the Bobcaygeon Farmers’ Market.

The Bobcaygeon Farmers’ Market  is located at the Bobcaygeon Fairgrounds on Mansfield Street, Bobcaygeon, ON, K0M1A0.  Follow the yellow signs

It is operated from 8am to 1pm every Saturday from May Long Weekend to October Thanksgiving.

If you would like more information, please write to info@bobcaygeonfarmersmarket.com or visit us on Saturday!


Collingwood Downtown Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Enjoy the best sights, scents and tastes of Collingwood through the Farmers’ Market! Browse through our ever-growing vendor population and support our local farmers and artisans.

The Farmers’ Market Features fresh produce, baked goods, maple syrup, honey, jams, meats, flowers and crafts as well as special events planned over the summer months. So come on out! Savour our local flavours! And remem…ber, “We’re Naturally Appealing!”

Nothing says the beginning of summer better than the Collingwood Farmers’ Market.  Rain or shine, it runs every Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., outdoors in the Second and Pine Street municipal parking lot from May long weekend to Thanksgiving.

Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

May Long Weekend – October (see website for dates)

Wednesdays 9 am – 2 pm
In the special events field at Muskoka Wharf (across the road from Boston Pizza)

Come Savour the Flavour of Muskoka. Established in 1992 in the heart of Ontario’s scenic cottage country, the Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market has become one of the region’s most popular attractions with over 90 vendors. As many as 80,000 local residents, cottagers, and tourists frequent the market annually to partake in a broad array of fresh Ontario produce, arts and crafts, and special events. More, visitors can enhance their market experience by exploring Gravenhurst’s many excellent shops and restaurants, or enjoying a swim and relaxing picnic at one of the community’s lakeside parks. And following the market visitors can cruise Muskoka’s world-famous lakes aboard the Royal Mail Ship Segwun, North America’s only remaining fully-operational steamship. 

The Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market was awarded first ever “Best Seasonal Farmers’ Market in Ontario” by Foodland Ontario. 

All together, a visit to the Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market can blossom into a full-day adventure your entire family is sure to enjoy.

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Muskoka Wharf
Gravenhurst, ON  ON


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Haliburton County Farmers’ Markets Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze


Saturdays • May long weekend – October Thanksgiving weekend • 10AM – 2 PM in the parking lot of the Municipal Buildings.


Tuesdays • after May long weekend – First week of October • 12 – 4 PM at Head Lake Park


Fridays • mid-June – October Thanksgiving weekend • 12 – 4 PM location to be determined

Huntsville Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Huntsville Farmers’ Market is opened Thursdays at the Canadian Tire parking lot. We have vendors with a wide range of local Ontario produce & value added products.

Kinmount Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

From Victoria Day to Thanksgiving

Come and visit our unique Farmers’ Market situated off Main Street Kinmount along the Burnt River. Turn west at Gateway Store by the bridge. The charming riverside setting between the Historic Kinmount Railway Station and the Austin Sawmill Heritage Park, offers a tranquil setting for a beautiful Saturday morning at the market.

Lakefield Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Lakefield Farmers’ Market is located in the town of Lakefield, in the heart of the beautiful Kawarthas.  Overlooking the Trent-Severn Waterway, and steps away from Isabel Morris Park, the Lakefield Marina, the Lakefield Millenium Trail, and Queen St., the Market is  accessible by car, boat or on foot.   Our market brings together many local farmers who produce food from the surrounding fertile countryside, a wealth of talented artisans who showcase the creativity of our community, and a variety of interesting prepared food vendors who used locally grown produce in the delicacies they serve.

Open Thursdays 9am – 2pm., late May to early October, Rain or Shine.

Free Admission, Free Parking.

Lindsay Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Over 35 vendors offering everything from local in-season farm fresh produce, maple syrup, jam & jellies, flowers, shrubs, home baking, wood furniture, crafts, fair trade organic coffee, outdoor wooden furniture, soaps, farm fresh meats, hand made jewelry, and paintings from local artists.

The Lindsay Farmer’s Market is one of the longest running markets in Ontario. The market was established  in 1859.




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Lindsay, ON  


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McLean Berry Farm Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

McLean Berry Farm - Strawberries

McLean Berry Farm is a family owned and operated strawberry and vegetable farm located in the heart of the Kawartha Lakes Area in south-eastern Ontario. Visitors are welcome to visit the farms and take part in the delicious Ontario tradition of seasonal berry picking (and eating!).

2 Locations: McLean Berry Farm is located 1 Km east of HWY 23 (formerly 507) on the 16th line of Smith (opposite Curve Lake Rd.) We are 5 Km south of Buckhorn. If you have any questions related to our location, please call us at 705-657-2134, and we will be glad to assist you. Buckhorm Berry Farm is located 3 KM from the McLean Berry Farm.
Throughout each year, the McLean family welcomes thousands of people to their farm to enjoy home grown, local produce. During the various festivals that they have, they invite the community to join them on their farms in celebrating the different harvests that come with each season. Whether it’s spring, summer or fall, there always seems to be something fun to come, see and do on the farm!

Maple Festival: Horse drawn hayrides, pancakes and maple syrup, live music, farm animals, pioneer demonstrations, self guided tours through the sugar bush, sugar shack, kids activities, and maple candy demonstrations and much more! Learn more

Pumpkin Festival: Pumpkin picking, wagon rides, corn mazes, straw mazes, children’s play areas, pumpkin bowling, haunted barn, jr. haunted barn, live entertainment, haunted graveyard, pumpkin cannon and much more!  Opens on the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend (Closed Thanksgiving Monday) and continues on each weekend throughout the month of October. Learn more

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2191 16th Line of Smith
Lakefield, ON  




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North Bay Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

Summer Market

8:30 am – 1:00 pm

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

May Long Weekend to Thanksgiving

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North Bay, ON  


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Orillia Fairgrounds Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

All Year Long, Saturdays 8 am – 1 pm
4500 Fairgrounds Road just off of Hwy 12 W

Over 50 local farmers, food producers, bakers and artisans. Fresh fruit, meat and vegetables, baked goods, cheese, honey, prepared foods, sausages, maple syrup, and live music! FREE PARKING for everyone! COME TO THE FAIR!

Our mission is to provide a venue where local farmers,food producers and artisans come together to provide a variety of fresh produce and related products directly to the consumer. The Orillia Fairgrounds Farmers’ Market encourages direct communication between consumers and growers, fosters social gathering and community building, and promotes nutritious food choices.

City meets country at Orillia Fairgrounds. Local farmers, fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, honey, artisans and live music!

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4500 Fairgrounds Road
Orillia, ON  L3V 6H2


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Orillia Farmers’ Market Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

All Year Long¸  Saturdays 7:30 am – 12:30 pm

Orillia Public Library

Get your Boots to the Roots – est. 1842.

The Orillia Farmers’ Market is one of the longer-running farmers’ markets in the province, with its roots in the 1840’s at the waterfront. 

Today, the market happens every Saturday morning at the Orillia Public Library, which is located downtown by the Opera House. 

The Farmers’ Market continues to proudly boast of its range of locally produced foods, handmade crafts from around the county and regularly scheduled special events for the family. Our growers look forward to Saturdays on the Market, where they offer fresh-picked produce in season, and naturally raised meats, with a variety of baked goods and ready-to-eat treats in a sociable atmosphere. 

Bring your family, meet your friends, get to know the vendors, enjoy the local musicians in the Market Cafe. Treat yourself to one of the tasty breakfast and lunch menu items.


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36 Mississaga St W
Orillia, ON  L3V 3A6


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Southern Georgian Bay Farmers Markets Starburst icon representing membership level: Bronze

The Harbour Market – Victoria Harbour
The Harbour Market begins on the Friday of the May long weekend and ends the last Friday in September.  3:30 pm to 7:30 pm Veterans Lane by the Library

Midland Summer Market

Our Summer market runs from the Sunday of the May long weekend until Thanksgiving weekend. In the parking lot at 526 Bay St. across from Grounded Coffee. Sundays 9 am – 1 pm. We move inside the next week to the Huronia Museum in Little Lake Park, Midland.   Same day and time, Sundays from 9 am- 1 pm.